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Lulu has reached a milestone that few musicians can claim: 60 years of his performing career. To do this, he will go on a tour and answer your questions. Born Marie MacDonald McLaughlin Laurie, Lulu rose through the ranks of her singing career: professional at 12, signed at 14, and a Top 10 hit at 15—namely, a raucous version of the Isley Brothers’ Shout. When she had her first US No. 1, a song from the 1967 film To Sir, With Love, and became the first British singer to perform behind the Iron Curtain, she was still a teenager. , Touring Poland with the Hollys.
He expanded his versatility in the studio as a TV presenter like Jimi Hendrix and won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1969 with Boom Bang-a-Bang – “the rotten song”. John Peel. That same year she married Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees and was together until 1973, after which she had a brief relationship with David Bowie, singing his song ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ which reached number 3 in the UK charts. took over the rune.
He has also performed the Bond theme recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals Studios, appeared in a Monty Python film, performed a duet with Bobby Womack recorded for Tina Turner, had a UK No. 1 with Take That and has generally become a force of nature in British pop. culture.
There’s a lot to be asked of Lulu on her champagne tour, which kicks off in Glasgow on April 9 and then heads to Manchester, Southampton, Birmingham and London, celebrating her 75th birthday as well as her 60th year in showbiz. . .
Write your questions first in the comment section below 11am GMT on Thursday 1st Februaryand we will publish his answers on February 9.